The Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya, William Samoei Ruto caused a hot debate online when he posted about his meeting with the Kajiado Grassroots leaders at Karen, Nairobi county. (Courtesy photo)
He further said they are rooting for an expensive, inclusive and broad-based economic intervention that will give ordinary kenyans and households a chance to make a living and create wealth.(Courtesy photo)
He stated that in the long-run, these signature reforms will boost people's standards of living and foster the country's growth sustainably.(Courtesy photo)
He then confirmed that he really met with former Councilors from Kajiado county to discuss Bottom-Up Economic model; being grassroot leaders, they have a key role to play in the society. He said the members of Parliament who attended the said meeting are Hon Katoo Ole Metito, George Sankuyia, Aisha Jumwa and Hon Kimani Ngunjiri.
His post attracted several comments from kenyans, majority of them congratulated him for recognizing the grassroots leaders who always playing a critical role in the growth of economy. These are some of their reactions:
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